Future digital experiences are data driven, informed by machine learning, and span many channels including web and mobile, but also physical venues, Virtual Reality, IoT and things we have yet to think of. Acquia has its roots in Web Content Management, but we continue to evolve to meet the ever changing needs of our current and future customers.

Acquia is the leader in helping organizations use open source to create ambitious digital experiences. We build, deploy, and optimize the world’s largest and most complex websites.  Headquartered in Boston with a development office in Toronto, we are everything that you've been looking for in an opportunity - growth, success, energy, challenge, opportunity, and a great team.

As the leader in digital experience we are defining the marketing  services platform of the future.  From personalized experiences to deep integration to journey orchestration for thousands of sites,  We support thousands of customers like Pfizer, Warner Music, NBC, Tesla and more.  

Summary:

Acquia is seeking a Senior Product Manager with experience and passion for building great products. You must have a proven track record of building and leading world class products through the entire lifecycle of incubation, development, and business growth. The ideal candidate is an articulate product visionary with business acumen and operational experience.

As a member of the product team, you will define and drive:

  • Product line strategy and communicate the vision to  customers, and stakeholders to define and drive the overall product strategy

  • Working with customers and internal stakeholders (Customer Success, Support, etc) to define the product experience, turning high-level business needs into functional requirements.

  • Creating and managing near-to-mid term product roadmap, prioritization, tradeoffs and constraints and executing that plan with engineering

  • Go to market strategy, packaging and pricing for new and existing products

  • Financial planning & analysis on activities such as investment cases, bookings targets, margin analysis, and monitoring the health of the product line

  • Collaborate closely with Product Marketing in all activities related to launch of new products and features

  • Assessing current and emerging technologies and market/industry trends in order to inform platform strategy

Must Haves:

  • Proven skills in stakeholder management and internal evangelism

  • Pro-active, independent thinker with high energy/positive attitude

  • Minimum 8 years Enterprise SaaS / Cloud based product management experience

  • Ability to create strong working relationships with engineering, marketing, sales and  finance

  • Strong ability to work well cross-functionally on a personal level with executives and individual team members

  • Proven ability to establish clear priorities and execute in a fast-paced environment

  • Experience with customer-related projects with an understanding of how customers think about software purchasing decisions and pricing

  • Performs work with (internal and external) customer satisfaction in mind, while not compromising the integrity of the work
  • Focuses on continuous improvement: Acts to increase capabilities and be a constant learner. Open to feedback.

  • Customer oriented: Puts the customer first within the guardrails of corporate objectives

Acquia is an equal opportunity (EEO) employer. We hire without regard to age, color, disability, gender (including gender identity), marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law.

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